There are too many other options to settle for this one. I think the prices are too high and the food is mediocre.
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We decided to have our anniversary dinner at one of the restaurants in downtown Harrisburg, PA. We had been in this restaurant only once, many years ago. But because we remembered great food and outstanding service, we wanted to try it again. We were not disappointed! We started with a Gin and Tonic from the bar...and they did not skimp... More
The food is excellent; the staff is excellent; but the FIREBREAD is the reason to stop in and relax. Yes, you can get a beer (craft or other) or a nice mixed drink....but when you are ordering, DO NOT skip over the firebread! This concoction is better than advertised (it's not) and should be on EVERY table EVERY day! It... More
We were there around 1:00 on a Monday afternoon. The restaurant did not seem crowded, though I don't know how many people, if any, were in the upstairs area. The food was very good, but the service was slow. Once we were seated, it was almost ten minutes before someone came to take our drink order (by that time, we... More
Don't bother getting the Seared Dayboat Scallops. The service and atmosphere were great. Our waitress did a wonderful job. However, the food was mediocre and overpriced. 3 of us ordered the Dayboat Scallops and all 3 of us were disappointed. For $30 you get 4 small (I mean one bite small) overcooked scallops (fishy tasting/salty) thrown on a $1.00 worth... More
This is a great restaurant for folks that like to eat in a "recycled" facility; this one obviously being an old firehouse. Excellent "upscale" bar food. I had their homemade chili and homemade gumbo - - both were EXCELLENT. A LOT of firemen paraphernalia all around the restaurant.
I was surprised when I went in. It was a converted firehouse as the name states. Downstairs was a bar and down below that was more seating. We sat upstairs and had a great view below us. This place has a lot of character which I enjoyed. We had calamari as a appetizer which was med perfectly. I had the... More
Friday evening dinner with family. Really neat historical building with great decor. Food was good, parmesan wings for the kids, filet sandwich for husband. I had the kobe sliders and they were really delicious.
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We are planning a family get-together in a couple of months. There will be adults and children from PA, MD, MA and VA. I'm searching for a place with a private room to accommodate us for about 3 hours on a Saturday afternoon.. The menu looks good - something for everybody. Is Firehouse a good choice?